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PRIZE! 2020 boat show tickets on sale

1 November 2019
PRIZE! 2020 boat show tickets on sale

2020 boat show tickets available in time for Xmas with $8000+ Viking powered kayak to be won!

Tickets to the 2020 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show will be available on line from December 1 at
The online tickets not only give faster access into New Zealand’s favourite boat show, they also automatically go into a special draw for a Viking Kayaks’ ultimate fishing kayak package, worth over $8000 — and give a second, bonus entry into the Surtees/Yamaha Grand Prize draw!
The Viking Kayaks’ prize package includes:
• A Viking Profish Reload fishing kayak, the fast, stable flagship of the Viking Kayaks’ range
• Viking’s innovative Tackle Pod™ system
• Viking’s Kid Pod™ system
• A powerful Bixpy electric motor
• A professionally installed Raymarine Dragonfly 5 PRO top-of-the-line multi-function display, with built-in dual channel CHIRP fishfinder, GPS chartplotter and WiFi-connectivity;
• A resuseable rescueMe Electronic Distress Flare;
• The world’s smallest personal locator beacon, the rescueMe PLB1;
• A Hutchwilco multi-fit safety vest
• A wide range of practical Viking Kayaks’ accessories
Viking Kayaks’ managing director, Grant Montague, says the prize package contains everything a kayak fisher could want.
“With a battery that can last up to 8 hours and a top speed of around 10kph, the new Bixpy electric motor is super-compact and light yet easily out-performs any comparable unit.”
Online bonus ticket
All tickets bought online also qualify for a Free Bonus Entry into the 2020 show’s Surtees/Yamaha Grand Prize draw. This means those who buy their tickets online will double their chances of winning next year’s amazing Grand Prize (last year’s Grand Prize winner, Christchurch man Eden Waddington, bought his ticket online and won with his Free Bonus Entry ticket!).
Pre-Xmas bonus:
Tickets to the Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show also make great Xmas presents and stocking fillers and those bought before 5pm on December 18 come with yet another bonus: they automatically go into a special draw for a Haswing electric trolling motor worth $1600!
The online tickets, which will be on sale on the show’s popular website from December 1, are $25 each. They are easy to buy, download and print at home, in the office or on board.

The Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show will be held at the ASB Showgrounds in Greenlane, Auckland on May 14-17, 2020.
What: Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show
Where: ASB Showgrounds, Greenlane, Auckland
When: May 14-17, 2020.
Open: 10am to 6pm; late night Friday to 9pm.
Admission: Adults: $25; children 16 & under FREE.
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Those who buy tickets to the 2020 Hutchwilco New Zealand Boat Show on-line will get a second bonus entry into the show’s Grand Prize draw and go into the draw to win this amazing $8000-plus Viking Profish Reload prize package, complete with a powerful Bixpy electric motor, a Raymarine Dragonfly 5 PRO and much more.

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